Sometimes in life we decide to change something, whether it be to quit smoking, starting a new dance class or even just vowing to wake up 30 mins earlier each morning. We make a decision that we will stick at it and 2 days later we’ve quit because it’s easier not to do it, right? We are all guilty of feeling tired and lazy, we are human. But the point is that our life won’t change immediately by making one drastic decision instantly, it changes by the small actions we take daily, consistently... that’s where the growth lies. I am guilty of beating myself up when I don’t do something I know I should be doing because I know my future self won’t thank me for it. I had started working out 5-6 times per week and then I went on holiday and just couldn’t discipline myself enough to get back into it and I was only going twice per week instead. Now I know that some people don’t even go to the gym so I’m not saying twice isn’t good enough. But it depends on the standards you set for yourself. You aren’t and won’t disappoint anyone but yourself when you decide to take the easy option each time. So today after a week off I went back to the gym and I did my first circuits workout of the @toneandsculptapp by @krissycela. I was on week 3 before and I’ve decided to start from the beginning with a promise and a decision to myself that I will stick to it. I have to now I’ve posted this 😂 my progress maybe very small but I am happy and proud, and I love myself for that. The question I ask to myself is: is the pain of staying where I am now, enough to make me push forward to achieve what I’ve dreamt of? Because we aren’t getting out of here alive so every time you hear that devil on your shoulder telling you, tomorrow, tomorrow. Tell it to shut up and push, push!! Happy Sunday Beautiful people 🙏🏼🌍💓 #Cambridge#workonyourself#fitness#girlsthatlift#love
🤔 We asked Rob this time... Who would you most like to invite round for dinner (Dead or alive!)? "If I could have three it would be Gordon Ramsey, firstly because he’s a world class chef and would appreciate great food, and secondly because he's renown for getting angry so it would be an interesting experience! David Attenborough, because I’m sure he has some great stories to tell as he has seen so much and knows so much. And Margot Robbie, because she is a well-respected actress and director, and has worked with some of the best in the business." First it was Gino D’acampo, now it's Gordon Ramsey... our Poor Chef James 😂 💔
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I sat down with former Manchester United man Luke Chadwick, often harshly dubbed the 'worst Premier League winner'. He responded to that unwanted title, opened up on being team-mates with Solskjaer, coaching his kids at Cambridge and giving something back in the battle against mental health. “Love for the game is what keeps you going. The motivation for money and flash cars can only take you so far.” In today's The Sun and online via link in my bio.